Jeanne Shaheen’s bipartisan efforts to make a difference for Granite Staters are the focus of her campaign’s new television ad.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen redoubled her call for limiting special interest spending and blocking foreign meddling in New Hampshire’s election, joined by bipartisan leaders including former Ambassador Jim Smith, former Republican State Senator Rick Russman, Democratic State Senator Melanie Levesque, and Dan Weeks.
Today, the American Postal Workers Union, Manchester Local 230, representing 800 workers across the state, endorsed Senator Jeanne Shaheen for re-election to the U.S. Senate, highlighting her efforts to protect the United States Postal Service and to stand up for Granite State working men and women.
Shaheen's agreement targets outside spending, illegal campaign tactics and foreign interference, which "distort and drown out Granite State voices."
Corky Messner, a self-interested carpetbagger and political opportunist, is the perfect foil for Senator Jeanne Shaheen, a pragmatic leader with deep roots in New Hampshire, who makes a difference for Granite Staters, standing up to protect and advance their interests no matter what.
“Jeanne Shaheen delivered a tenfold increase in opioid treatment funding, helped get New Hampshire veterans health care closer to home, and is a leader in the fight to protect Granite Staters' health care."